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UPDATE: Man Recently Released from Prison Assaulted Overnight
DAYTON -- Homicide detectives were called out to a home on Deeds Avenue after a man showed up on a back porch, beaten and bloody.
The woman who was home called 911:
Caller: "A buddy of ours came over , he knocked on the door, he had blood on his head, and he was talking and the next thing I know, he grabbed his heart and he leaned over and I don't feel a pulse."
Charles Wombold, 64, told the woman he had been in a fight earlier with four men in Trotwood. But Wombold, confused and disoriented, then said he was beaten by just one man with no teeth.
Wombold lost consciousness on the porch, and the woman told the 911 dispatcher Wombold wasn't breathing, so the dispatcher walked her through CPR.
Medics arrived and the man was revived, and taken to Miami Valley Hospital, where he's listed in critical condition.
Wombold's friend Tom Hubbard is thankful for the woman who helped him.
"I'm very happy she did that. I think anytime someone reaches out to help someone else like that, I think it's a good thing," he said.
Wombold got out of prison on Monday after serving five years for aggravated robbery, and other charges.
Hubbard hopes he gets a second chance at life.
"I hope Chuck recovers obviously and gets his life together. He just got released, hopefully he'll get better and get on the right track."
Detectives are hoping to talk to Wombold once he recovers to get more information about the man or men who assaulted him.
DAYTON -- A man is in critical condition after getting into a fight with a group of men.
Homicide detectives and medics were called out to a home on Deeds Ave. about 1:30 Tuesday morning. When medics arrived, they found 64-year-old Charles Wombold had cuts on his forehead and hands.
Police say he had come to the house to visit some friends, then somehow a fight broke out. The friends tried to perform CPR, and then medics jumped in to continue giving CPR, before being transported to the hospital.
Wombold had just been released from prison Monday.
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